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About Ranzadule

  • Birthday 03/22/2000

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    My Kids (All Five of them), Mrs. Ranz (For reasons not appropriate to post on this forum), Wargames (Spinespur, Warlord, CAV, and more), Martial Arts (Kung Fu, Karate), Thieves World, Solomon Kane, Conan, Horseclans, Song of Ice and Fire, Wheel of Time, NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, philosophy, politics, history, good fantasy, RPG a couple times a month, travelling the Northeast and kicking arse in wargames: Ranz's RoadRAGE tour!

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  1. They use Warpath as a US distributor. If Marcello is still with Warpath, he is very sympathetic to blokes like us as he was there with Clan War from the beginning. I expect they will be hooked up with the warstore soon as well. Neal likes to sell nice stuff!
  2. I was on my way here to post about this one. The figs all look amazing! As a Clan War player, I cannot wait to add to my forces. As a wargamer, I love the fact that there is no pre-measuring and formations seem to matter in Kensei. I just downloaded their rules and I am working my way through. I too plan to back this at a decent level sometime in the next ten days. Rules
  3. Has it been seven years already? A fun read this time as well!
  4. Reapercon Warlord Championship about half a decade ago: My Brave Razig Crew fought ten times their number of Reven. We slew 97 out of 100 I think it was. Soul Cannon were limited shortly thereafter.
  5. I have always used tiny d6's to track damage. That works fine. When there was a Taltos map and registered players could report battles and we had tournaments at Origins and gencon, Warlord was at its best. It could have gotten better, but taking the competitiveness out of it hurt. I could always find lots of games within a short drive. Now not so much.
  6. "Eldest Son" is the only one I have. That may or may not be the only one.
  7. Here is one: http://www.ebay.com/itm/APOCALYPSE-Rulebook-DARK-HEAVEN-by-Reaper-Miniatures-1998-/251234982617?pt=Games_US&hash=item3a7ec59ad9
  8. There is a Reaper Apocalypse book from quite a few years ago, which is similar in format to the original World of Greyhawk set. It gives a lot of information on the areas around Taltos and beyond and is well done. I have it and have used it for a Rolemaster game. There is also a d20 adventure set in Reaper's world, which you can likely find cheap on eBay. Good luck!
  9. I love the fluff and the fact that it is not 38K years in the future and it is in our solar system. That gives it a great feel. I sold my armies when the second edition game out and was not as good as the first and the game went quickly into decline which ticked me off because that killed Chronopia too. I will likely back this when I get some paypal next week. It is simply too cool of a setting to overlook.
  10. I read that and know things. Mistakes and misrepresentations were made and the entire discussion was not appropriate for this forum. Merv never took any form of payment for any undelivered product. This I know. The conversation is gone now and if that conversation bothers people and they don't want to look at Spinespur, that is fine. The same goes for those who do not like the subject matter or horror gaming. BUT, if you like great mechanics, the kind that are easy to learn, take effort to master and almost always result in the player who plays better being the winner, then you should take a look. If you like stories ranging for good and creepy to tongue in cheek, sophmoronic humor, then read our stuff. If you like a game from a company offering unmatched access, feedback and whatnot, Comfy Chair offers just that. The first book is great. The lead designer went on to take a similar role for a company that brought us all together in the first place and now I am taking his genius rules and running with them as part of a three-man operation. The rules for the next Spur book are really good and the models have been through some good testing and will continue to do so while Merv takes care of the Kickstarter stuff and formats Street Chum. If we hit our number, all of this will be released and more. If not, we do it the hard way, but Spur is coming...
  11. Full disclosure, I am on Merv's Spinespur team. That being said, my name is also in the Warlord books and I am a fan of those. Merv is a great and honest guy. He gets defensive about his game and his reputation and that is understandable. There are people who hate on Spur for the stories or subject matter and that is a matter of opinion and fine, Just do not hate on it for the mechanics, which are excellent or for the owner, who is passionate and working hard to do things right.
  12. I like that Warlord keeps true to "Declare then measure and live with the consequences." Now 40K is going the pre-measure route and pretty moch only Warlord and Wargods are keeping it real. <3
  13. ...for my friends who play Warmachine, GW games, historicals, and D&D. Everyone loves the minis, but most did before. Feedback was mixed. Some observations shared by all: Need more incentive to charge Command Range Those were the universal observations. On mutual death I got mixed reviews, though most were negative. In some of the second or third games, we played with a +1 to hit for those who engaged that turn and used command radius calculated based on the max unit size for a leader.
  14. I used this for the first time the other night when I was getting forces together to demo the game to an experienced wargamer. I was astounded that 10 minutes after I started, I had datacards, SA Lists and descriptions, Spells and everything I needed for 1000 points of Razig and 1000 points of Dwarfs. <3 Very well done Reaper!
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